Grapevine adaptations to water-stress are described, by focusing on soil/root interactions and root-to-shoot signaling to control both plant water relations and fruit ripening process. Root response to drought, tolerance of available rootstock germoplasm, mechanisms of embolism formation and repair in root, aquaporin control of plant water relations, and abscisic acid biosynthesis and delivery are highlighted, by reviewing recent insights coming from either (eco)physiological literature or viticultural assays addressing vineyard-soil relationships.

Grapevine adaptations to water stress: new perspectives about soil/plant interactions

LOVISOLO, Claudio;TRAMONTINI, SARA VALENTINA;FERRANDINO, Alessandra
2016

Abstract

Grapevine adaptations to water-stress are described, by focusing on soil/root interactions and root-to-shoot signaling to control both plant water relations and fruit ripening process. Root response to drought, tolerance of available rootstock germoplasm, mechanisms of embolism formation and repair in root, aquaporin control of plant water relations, and abscisic acid biosynthesis and delivery are highlighted, by reviewing recent insights coming from either (eco)physiological literature or viticultural assays addressing vineyard-soil relationships.
THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
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http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40626-016-0057-7
abscisic acid (ABA), aquaporin; isohydric; anisohydric; embolism.
Lovisolo, Claudio; Lavoie-Lamoureux, Anouk; Tramontini, Sara; Ferrandino, Alessandra
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